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METRONET trials green fuel for heavy machinery

METRONET trials green fuel for heavy machinery

In a first for WA construction industry and a win for the global goal of a net zero emissions future, the METRONET Byford Rail Extension is trialling the use of renewable diesel to help reduce its carbon footprint.

C-series - Three peas in a pod!

C-series - Three peas in a pod!

Three peas in a pod! And that can be said for the three C-series trains now operating on Perth’s rail network as part of the WA Railcar Program.


 

Yanchep Line Officially Open

Yanchep Line Officially Open

On Sunday, 14 July more than 8,500 people came together from across Perth to celebrate the completion of the METRONET Yanchep Rail Extension Project.

Public art to showcase stories of place and culture

Public art to showcase stories of place and culture

Imagine tapping into generations of cultural knowledge to showcase creativity, achieved through a workshop for the METRONET Victoria Park-Canning Level Crossing Removal Project.

New Midland Station Project construction update

New Midland Station Project construction update

Exciting updates on the New Midland Station Project. Cale Street level crossing opens soon and new car park construction now visible.

Next stop... YANCHEP!

Next stop... YANCHEP!

The METRONET Yanchep Rail Extension Project is almost complete! Join our Community Fair on Sunday, 14 July 2024 to celebrate the new Yanchep Line.

Soaring to new heights this Super June

Soaring to new heights this Super June

Super June is here – and what an exciting period it is for the METRONET Victoria Park-Canning Level Crossing Removal Project as we make rapid progress on some major milestones.

Watch this [retail] space!

Watch this [retail] space!

If you love the convenience of grabbing a bite to eat, popping into the general store for those last-minute items or stopping for a quick pamper session on your way to catching the train – look no further than the New Bayswater Station.

Planting aplenty

Planting aplenty

Did you know that around 174 trees of various sizes, along with 16,000 plants and shrubs are popping up in and around the new Bayswater Station?

Thank you, Bayswater!

Thank you, Bayswater!

Around 7,500 people came together on Sunday, 21 April to celebrate the completion of the new Bayswater Station – and what a celebration it was.

Bayswater Station showcases public art

Bayswater Station showcases public art

Nothing adds the finishing touches to a brand-new train station quite like an assortment of public art and if you visit Bayswater Station, you’ll notice four eye-catching works already in place.

Local business supports community during construction

Local business supports community during construction

Andrew is a devoted local business owner of Carlisle Hotel, committed in supporting the local community, especially during the construction of the METRONET Victoria Park-Canning Level Crossing Removal Project.

A story of Country, connection and unity

A story of Country, connection and unity

The METRONET Victoria Park-Canning Level Crossing Removal Project’s Aboriginal Engagement and Participation team recently commissioned an Aboriginal artwork to raise awareness of Noongar culture.

Commitment to reuse and recycling

Commitment to reuse and recycling

The Victoria Park-Canning Level Crossing Removal project is dedicated to meeting sustainability targets set by the METRONET Sustainability Strategy and its own sustainability charter. 

Full steam ahead - first quarter of the shutdown

Full steam ahead - first quarter of the shutdown

Since the Armadale Line Shutdown started last November, the Victoria Park-Canning Level Crossing Removal Project site of Perth’s first elevated rail has been a hive of activity.

Hands-on learning inspires careers in STEM

Hands-on learning inspires careers in STEM

Students testing PH levels, using field equipment, and building model aquifers and innovative robots to help future engineers – now that’s what we call hands-on learning!

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